Tuesday, April 5th at 7 pm
Please join the 6th online event in our Winter Speaker Series, co-hosted by Friends of the Napanee River and Friends of the Salmon River.
You can register for free at this link: https://queensu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wwxmfDThQQ2hMy6c3PQDWA
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Phone numbers will be provided should you wish to access the session by phone. The webinar will also be recorded as a YouTube video for future viewing. Closed captioning (think subtitles) will be available for this event.
Did you know that it is estimated that between 500 million to 1 billion birds die from building collisions each year in North America?
Join us on April 5th when Michael Mesure, the Executive Director of Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) Canada, will present on how we can help in significantly reducing these unnecessary bird fatalities.
Michael will speak on a wide range of topics on the threats to migratory and other birds and bird collision avoidance methods, including:
– The evaluation of the bird-building collision movement
– Why birds collide with buildings
– Background on bird-friendly guidelines, standards, law and building codes
– Bird collision mitigation strategies and technologies
For more information: visit www.FriendsNapaneeRiver.ca